Notes and Podcast info from the PMlessonsLearned.com Conference Call:
Topic: Playing Multiple Roles as a Project Manager (PMBestPractices)
PMlessonsLearned.com founder and PM Best Practices host: Henry Will, PMP
Presenter: Steve Blais, PMP, IBM Certified Senior Project Manager
Date of Conference Call: 19Apr2012
Podcast Number: 0135
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NOTES FROM THE CALL:
In these times of economic belt tightening, many of us are called upon to become a “slash”, to become a Project manager / business analyst or a project manager / technical lead or some other combination of roles on a given project. How do you successfully navigate the multiple roles you are required to play? How do you play each role successfully? In this presentation Steve Blais will discuss the problem and opportunity of being a “slash” and suggest some tips and techniques that will help you perform each of the roles more successfully.
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